Municipality Mali Lošinj includes the southern part of the island Cres, the bays Koromacno and Ustrine, the Island of Losinj and some smaller islands such as: Unije, Ilovik, Susak, Male Srakane, Vele Srakane, etc. Mali Lošinj is the biggest town on the island and the biggest town on all the Adriatic islands. It’s turned towards the sea from north-west side. Today, as the town has been growing, it includes the cove Sv Martin on the north-east, Privlaka on north-west and the cape Madona and the cove Cikat on the west side.
Accommodation Mali Losinj:
The accommodation offer in Mali Losinj covers the whole range from luxury hotels to campsites and budget accommodation. Private accommodation accounts for the largest part of the overnight stays, but there are also a number of villas in the area.
Staying on an island means that things are a bit more expensive, it is there for recommend that you bring the basic supplies from the main land. When you are looking for apartment, remember that some accommodation owners offer supplementary services, like e.g. a free barbecue night, these extra have a positive impact on the holiday budget and should there for be considered in the selection process.
Things to see – Sights to see Mali Losinj:
- Ruins of the abbey of St. Petra in Osor
- Town Hall,
- Bishop's Palace,
- Chapel of St. Gaudencije in Osor
- St Mary cathedral
- St.. Mary (Chapel of St. James)
- Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
- Church and Monastery of St.. Mary in the Bijar Osor
- Baroque parish church of the Nativity of Mary (Anuncijata) 1696th,
Where to eat in the city:
In the town there are many restaurants and other catering establishments, offering dishes with international and national menus and specific dishes from the island cuisine. Specialties based on seafood, meats prepared according to old recipes with lots of local aromatic herbs and olive oil is the main characteristics of this cuisine.